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mmai mpínhʔəm.maːj ʔəm.piɲvtslander, speak behind someone’s backsynnnôipl dial.: anôi
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mpéngʔəmpɛŋntree with bark eaten with troi ‘betel nut’cftroicl: nnôm
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nday2ʔəndajvsother, differentsyncannóhmbau8.3.5.2.3Different
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ndôʔən.do;Pronunc.Variant ofnnô
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ndoh1ʔəndɔːhnchaff; rice husks; hullscfalác6.2.6.1Winnow grain1.5.5Parts of a plant
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nhanhomɲaɲɔːmadv.tfall season (August-October)But really based on rice and corn crops, not weathercfnno8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.1.1Calendar
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noː1demhereUse of is the basis of the name Kadô.synndô 1Pronunc.Variant ofnnônnôpl dial.: nnéh8.5.2Direction9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns
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pampôcpəm.poːkngoingsynpannôcsit: pôc pannôc
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patang1pataːŋnsymbol; picture; substituteTalứm tốq daq cốh ngâh patang ân cheit.Immersing in water symbolizes death.Can be used for real thing, but is not the real thing. If cannot give dowry of gold, can substitute cows.
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piêrpiərnflower, blossomcfnnoap1.5Plant1.5.1Tree

piêrflower ; blossom

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póuh1pṵhvshare; divide upYixu póuh doui ado poan ngin náq.Jesus shares staple with 4000 people.cfapôrecp: rpômpôpannóuhrt-v:póuhpinóuhxaoq6.8.3Share wealth7.4.4Distribute7.8Divide into pieces
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priêupriəwnflood rain (months 7-9)cfpriêhspec: nno priêh
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tahiêngtahiəŋadv.tspring season (February-April)But really based on crops, not weathercfnno8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.1.1Calendar
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tarnemtər.nɛːmnbetel quidcflabaqcl: langtemsit: tem troi; caus: patem; nomi: partem; recp: tartemtroicl: nnômturuiqcl: ntrayh
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tarnôqtər.noːʔviinvite each otherNot used as much as parchôq. of work they equally decide to do together. Often bad connotation, like stealing together.synparchôqtarneng4.2.1.1Invite
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tarpaltər.paːlnclearing brush season or place, a field being clearedcftarpal cannâlspec: nno tarpal cannâl
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ti-tiv.pfxbe X-ed; stativizer; resultant stateTiclơq llóung; ticaq abayh.Pushed (closed) door; straightened hook.Ngai taro te cruang Parléich tilât cruang Parléich ngai pôc tốq li carlân.They instruct from Parleich region beyond Parleich region they went to the border.Not the same ti- as in Ngai_tiráp_tiréng_amâh_ala, since that has subject and object.; Cannot say llóung_ticlơq.
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ticlơq llóungtiklɤːʔ ʔəl.lṵŋvmpushed (closed) doorCannot say llóung_ticlơq. 7.3.2.9Push7.3.6.1Shut, close
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tidoahtidṵahvmtree broken, e.g., by windXeang táq ngéq tidoah tang pêq.The wind caused banana stalks to be completely broken.Cannot say, along_tidoah. cftidóuh1.5.1Tree
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troitrɔːjnbetel bark; red root chewed like betelcfmpéngcl: nnômtarnemrt-v:temturuiqcl: ntrayh1.5.1Tree
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tulúng2tuluŋadv.tsummer season (May-July)But really based on crops, not weathersynxeang 1cfnno8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.1.1Calendar
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turuiqturuːjʔnskin of vine--chewed with betel (Vietnamese chew root of plant)cftarnemrt-v:temtroicl: nnôm
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vâlwɤlvwind aroundSnub cord around tree-so animal, etc., cannot pull away.synpârnomi: parpâr; recp: tarpâr; invol: tapâr
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vóuqwṵʔtitlegrandfather used as a titleIt seems that when the a- prefix is omitted the connotation is more social than biological, i.e., something more like “Sir”.
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